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Pleas and Defenses for Embezzlement

In an embezzlement case, the accused has limited pleas and defenses available from the prosecution. However, the available defenses and pleas include: entrapment, good faith belief, lack of intent, nolo contendere, and expiration of the limitation period. For someone accused of the crime of…

Fact or Fiction? A Look at Utah’s Crazy Laws

From laws holding husbands accountable for their wives’ criminal acts to laws making it illegal to sell alcohol in emergencies, Utah is rumored to have some pretty absurd laws still on the books. On various Internet sites, including Twitter and Stupidlaws.com, these rumored Utah…

How Common Are Gun Violence Crimes in Arizona?

Especially in election seasons, gun violence is a hotly debated topic among competing politicians. As a result, some Arizona politicians make claims regarding the prevalence and severity of gun crimes in Arizona. For example, following the shooting in Fort Hood Texas, Congressional candidate Ruben…

What Constitutes Domestic Violence in Arizona?

Domestic violence is an assault crime between people of a close or intimate relationship, such as a husband and wife, girlfriend and boyfriend, relatives, or roommates. In order for assault to constitute domestic violence, the victim and perpetrator usually need to be living in…

Colorado Legalizes Rain Drop Catching

In 2009, rainwater collection became legal in Colorado for the first time since territorial days. From the moment it fell in many Western states, each droplet of water received ownership assignment. While Coloradans raced to scoop rainfall right out of their gutters, water rights…

Oklahoma Law May Result in Fines for Wearing a Hoodie

These days, the hoody is a ubiquitous article of clothing. Nearly every person in the country owns a hoodie, and many like to wear them in public from time to time. If a proposed law in Oklahoma goes through, however, hoodie-wearers could be facing…

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